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Confs: Journees de Linguistique, LAGB 97

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  1. PIERRE LARRIVEE, programmation des Journees de Linguistique (fwd)
  2. billy clark, CONFS: Linguistics Association of Great Britain

Message 1: programmation des Journees de Linguistique (fwd)

Date: Mon, 24 Feb 1997 14:27:24 -0500 (EST)
From: PIERRE LARRIVEE <aaa552agora.ulaval.ca>
Subject: programmation des Journees de Linguistique (fwd)


Here is the complete preliminary program of the 11th edition of the
Journees de Linguistique, that will be held on March 20 and 21 1997
at the pavillon La Laurentienne of Universite Laval, in Quebec City.

Please direct any query directly to me. Cordialement, Pierre Larrivee.

Jeudi 20 mars 1997 
Salle 1415

9h00: ouverture officielle

President de seance : Isabelle Leglise

9h30 : collectif , Universite Laval,
 	Le discours rapporte dans la presse ecrite.

10h30 : pause

Prisident de siance : Julie Moisan

11h00 : Steven LAGRECA, Universite Laval, 
	 C'est pas parce que c'est drole qu'on rit:
	 analyse du rire dans le discours spontane.

11h30 : Madeleine ALLARD, Universite Laval,
	 Les effets d'un midium sur l'interaction verbale.

12h00 : diner

President de seance : Steven LaGreca

14h00 : Lucille LAFONTAINE, Universite Laval,
	 Le domaine notionnel dans la recherche concernant
	 le theme en entrevue sociolinguistique.

14h30 : Isabelle LEGLISE, Universite de Paris,
	 Langage et travail : l'etude des pratiques langagieres 
	essentielles a l'analyse de l'activite.

15h00 : pause

President de seance : Rijean Gregoire

 15h30 : Anne DISTER, Universite de Liege, 
	L'apocope, un phenomene vivant du francais contemporain

16h00 : Pierre DUBE, Universite Laval, 
	La ponctuation : prosodique ou syntaxique ?

16h30 : Isabelle LEGLISE, Universite de Paris, 
	Anaphoriques nominaux : de la variation au systeme

17h00 : fin des seances


Vendredi 21 mars 1997 
Salle 1415

President de seance : Sylvain Dubois

9h00 : Pierre JALENQUES, Universite de Paris, 
	Identite et variation semantique du verbe 
	_regarder_ en francais contemporain. 

9h30 : Pierre LARRIVEE, Universite Laval, 
	Insultes et polarite negative en anglais.

10h00 : Isabelle FOURMAUX, Universite Laval, 
	Rimes semantiques dans les textes de chanson.

10h30 : pause

President de seance : Jean-Francois Drolet

11h00 : Lawrence MARKS, Universite du Quebec a Montreal, 
	Polysemie et operations enonciatives

11h30 : Rejean GREGOIRE, Universite Laval,
	Vous avez dit adjectifs anteposes?

12h00 : diner

President de seance : Sophie Marais

14h00 : Robert VEZINA, Universite Laval,
	Le parcours historique de _coureur de bois_

14h30 : Denise CAPRA, Universite Laval, 
	Frontieres et aires dialectales dans l'Etat 
	bresilien du Rio Grande do sul.

15h00 : pause

President de seance : Robert Vezina

15h30 : Claudine BODSON, Universite de Montreal, 
	Methode de description des verbes specialises
	en vue d'applications en traduction automatique.

16h00 : Ligia MIRANDA, Universite Laval, 
	Une verification preliminaire des resultats generes
	par Termplus a partir d'un texte ecrit en langue portugaise.

16h30 : Carmen FONTAINE, Universite Laval, 
	Analyse et revision du systeme d'abreviations braille francais

17H00 : Mot de cloture


Jeudi 20 mars
Salle 1416

President de siance : Antonella Conte

9h30 : Emily ROSALES, Universite Laval, 
	La correction du phoneme anglais /(/ chez le francophone

10h00 : Emily ROSALES, Universite Laval, 
	A la quete de 60 cs : du rythme syllabique au rythme accentuel.

10:30 : pause

President de seance : Pierre Larrivee

11h00 : Antonella CONTE, Universite Laval,
	Strategies d'enseignement du genre grammatical 
	pour aider les allophones

11h30 : Francoise FOKAM TEWOTO, Universite Laval,
	Methodes d'enseignement du vocabulaire en L2

12h00 : diner

President de seance : Annie-Claude Bari

14h00 : Sonia EL EUCH, Universite Laval, 
	Identification de types d'apprenants a partir 
	du MLAT (Modern Language Aptitude Test).

14h30 : Francois PICHETTE, Universite de Montreal, 
	Le role du milieu d'apprentissage sur la lecture
	en langue seconde.

15h00 : pause

President de seance : Francois Pichette

15h30 : Pierre GIRARD, Universite du Quebec A Chicoutimi, 
	La langue de quatre auteurs-compositeurs-interpretes
	quebecois actuels : analyse stylistique

16h00 : Patrick-Andre MATHER, University of Pittsburgh, 
	Le role du transfert dans le changement linguistique.

16h30 : Joseph SAUVEUR JOSEPH , Universite du Quebec A Montreal, 
	Contribution a l'etude des adjectifs en creole haitien.

17h00 : Fin des siances


Vendredi 21 mars 1997 
Salle 1430

President de seance : Benoit Tardif

9h30 : Isabelle MCCLISH, Universiti Laval,
	L'adaptation des contextes syllabiques marques en
	francais dans un cas d'aphasie progressive primaire.

10h00 : Annie BAMBI, Universite Laval, 
	Preservation segmentale dans les emprunts francais en lingala.

10h30 : pause

President de seance : Annie Bambi

11h00 : Shirley FECTEAU, Universite Laval,
	+Importations' : le comportement des segments et des patrons
	 accentuels anglais en espagnol mexicain

11h30 : Louis H. DESOUVREY, Universite du Quebec A Montreal, 
	Effet du PCO en syntaxe : le mouvement des clitiques en francais

12h00 : diner

President de seance : Shirley Fecteau

13h30 : Lucie MENARD, Universite Laval, 
	Incidence de la variation quasi-aleatoire de la frequence
	 fondamentale (+flutter') sur la qualite de la 	parole artificielle

14h00 : Jessica PAYERAS, Universite du Quebec A Montreal, 
	La modalite dans le discours : une analyse prosodique

14h30 : Francois POIRE, Universite du Quebec A Montreal, 
	Frontiere de syntagme intonatif en francais

15h00 : pause

President de seance : Lucie Menard

15h30 : Julie GAUDREAULT, Universite du Quebec A Chicoutimi, 
	La perception des differences d'intensite intrinseque

16h00 : Lise CLOUTIER, Universite du Quebec A Montrial,
	 Certains aspects de la pharyngalisation en arabe marocain

16h30 : Stephanie BISSONNETTE, Universite du Quebec A Chicoutimi, 
	Comparaison du registre de locuteurs quebecois et de 
	locuteurs francais

17h00 : mot de cloture.
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Message 2: CONFS: Linguistics Association of Great Britain

Date: Fri, 28 Feb 1997 14:07:49 +0000 (GMT)
From: billy clark <b.clarkmdx.ac.uk>
Subject: CONFS: Linguistics Association of Great Britain


Programme for LAGB Spring Meeting 1997: University of Edinburgh
(Local Organiser: Alice Turk (turkling.ed.ac.uk)

Monday 7 April 1997

2.00 Workshop: "The role of morphology in current syntactic theory"
Organisers: Kersti Borjars and Nigel Vincent (Manchester)
7.45 Linguistics Association Lecture: Joan Bresnan (Stanford)
"Morphology competes with syntax: beyond the inflectional paradigm"

Tuesday 8 April 1997

Session A
9.00 Laurence White & Alice Turk (Edinburgh)
"The domain of the durational effects of accent in Scottish English"
9.40 James Scobbie, William Hardcastle, Fiona Gibbon & Paul Fletcher (QMC
 Edinburgh)
"Aspects of phonetic and phonological acquisition in a child with developmental
 phonological disorder"
10.20 D R Ladd, Amalia Arvaniti & Ineke Mennen (Edinburgh)
"Toward a typology of phrase tones'"

Session B
9.00 Elly van Gelderen (Arizona State University)
"To have and to be: Old English as a partially ergative language"
9.40 Dick Hudson (UCL)
"How did we manage not to learn *I aren't/amn't? "
10.20 Ute Bohnacker (Durham)
"The acquisition of DO-support in child L2 English"

Session C
9.00 Ian Roberts & Anna Roussou (Bangor) "Interpretability vs 
feature-checking"
9.40 Kerstin Hoge (St Hilda's College, Oxford)
"Embedded topicalization in the symmetric verb-second languages"
10.20 Annabel Cormack & Neil Smith (UCL)
"Checking features and the organisation of the lexicon"

Session D
9.00 Steve Nicolle & Billy Clark (Middlesex)
"Experimental pragmatics and what is said'"
9.40 Robyn Carston (UCL)
"Pragmatic processes of enrichment and loosening of lexically encoded meaning"
10.20 Theodora Alexopoulou (Edinburgh)
"On the recursiveness of ground-focus partition"

11.30 Language Tutorial: Central Australian languages
Organised by Jane Simpson (Sydney)

Session A
2.00 Bruce Connell (ISCA Oxford)
"Mambila fricative vowels (close vowels in Bang)"
2.40 Olanike-Ola Orie and Victoria R. Bricker (Tulane)
"Laryngeal contrasts in Yucatec Maya"
3.20 Paula Fikkert (Konstanz)
"Trisyllabic shortening: a synchronic and diachronic analysis"

Session B
2.00 Nomi Erteschik-Shir (Ben Gurion) "Reflexivity and focus structure"
2.40 Istv n Kenesei (Jczsef Attila University)
"Adjuncts and arguments in ex-situ focus"
3.20 Richard Breheny (UCL)
"Ordered concept routines for non-conceptual meaning: the case of hi"

Session C
2.00 Aubrey Nunes (Durham) "A uniform parameter setting function"
2.40 Chia-yi Tony Pi, Roumyana Slabakova & Miwako Uesaka (McGill University)
"Evidence for telicity and boundedness in syntax"
3.20 Geoffrey Poole (Newcastle)
"Prosodic X -movement in Icelandic: the case of stylistic fronting"

Session D
2.00 Josep Quer (Utrecht) "A cause for subjunctive"
2.40 Melvyn Cole (Manchester) "Pro drop: a reanalysis of the data"
3.20 Jose Camacho (Carnegie Mellon) "Do PP's agree?"

4.30 LAGB Annual General Meeting

Session A
5.30 J.C. Catford (Michigan)
"Some misconceptions in diachronic phonetics"

Session B
5.30 Ruth Kempson (SOAS) "WH - a dynamic perspective"

Session C
5.30 Andrew Spencer (Essex)
"Who needs nouns and verbs (or adjectives, or prepositions)?"

Session D
5.30 Russell Norton (Essex)
"Specification of optimality theory without Gen"

7.45 Language Tutorial: Jane Simpson (Sydney)

Wednesday 9 April 1997

Session A
9.00 Margaret Cobb (SOAS) "Some parameters of 'ATR' harmony"
9.40 Dr Long Peng (Hong Kong) "On the status of [-nasal]"
10.20 Mercedes Cabrera-Abreu (Las Palmas)
"A single tone phonological model for pitch phenomena"

Session B
9.00 Dunstan Brown (Surrey)
"Yup'ik verbal morphology and the animacy hierarchy"
9.40 Steve Nicolle (Middlesex)
"Morphology and the determination of grammatical relations: the Swahili object
 marker"
10.20 Peter Sells (Stanford)
"The expression of the Japanese copula: the survival of the weakest"

Session C
9.00 Villy Rouchota (UCL)
"Semantic varieties of parenthetical expressions"
9.40 Katarzyna Jaszczolt (Cambridge)
"Propositional attitude sentences in Discourse Representation Theory"
10.20 Orin Percus (MIT) "Indefinites and quantificational variability"

Session D
9.00 L M Tovena & J. Jayez (Geneva & Paris)
"The issue of irreference through French tout"
9.40 Heloise Moreira-Lima Salles (Bangor)
"On the correlation between preposition-stranding and double object
 constructions"
10.20 Odile E Cyrille (Salford)
"The demonstrative determiner lasa in Guadeloupe Creole"

11.30 Language Tutorial: Jane Simpson (Sydney)

Session A
2.00 Pam Macdonald (Bangor) "Welsh without phrases: Welsh without tears?"
2.40 Elizabeth McCoy (York)
"Agus (and), AspP and feature-checking in Irish adjunct small clauses"
3.20 Mairi Blackings & Nigel Fabb (Strathclyde)
"Negation and the structure of the sentence in Madi & other Central
Sudanic languages"

Session B
2.00 Rachel Nordlinger (Stanford)
"A new approach to case marking in nonconfigurational languages of Australia"
2.40 Sergey Avrutin (Yale) "On the relationship between case and reference"
3.20 Robert D Borsley (Bangor) "Some implications of coordination"

Session C
2.00 Miriam Butt (Stuttgart) "Aspect, passives, and individual level
 predication"
2.40 Marjon Helmantel (Leiden)
"Aspect and adpositions: the point of view of Dutch and German"
3.20 Kleanthes K Grohmann (Maryland)
"German superiority: a discussion of the cross-linguistic phenomenon and an
 approach to solve the German paradox"
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